GREECE - The cradle of democracy is sinking: today, 2.5 out of 10 million Greeks live below the poverty line, 3.8 million others flirt with it. Bruno Tersago, correspondent in Greece for the Belgian public broadcaster, gives the Greek crisis a face.
A painting that saved the lives of more than 30 people but has been lost for almost eight decades. A case of looted art that leads from Germany’s present right into its dark past. That is the subject of the Kunstjagd investigation, a crowdsourced hunt for a piece of art.
GAZA - In Beyond the wall we follow two young Palestinians who face the many restrictions in Palestine on a daily basis but despite everything have decided to chase their dream. Sports and politics, in Palestine it's only a small step...
Auschwitz evokes images of wooden barracks and gas chambers in which millions of Jews were gassed and burned during the Second World War. But it is also an average Polish village where 40,000 people live who are ordinary bakers, postmen or IT consultants.
The dramas in the Mediterranean Sea at the beginning of April 2015 put migration back high on the European agenda. For a moment anyway, because it is not the first time that refugees have paid with their lives for the journey to a better life.
In April 2015, it will be exactly 50 years ago that Ché Guevara celebrated his happy arrival in Congo. In December it will be exactly 50 years ago that he sadly retreated. Jérôme Sebasoni crossed Ché Guevara on his guerrilla and followed him all the way to Cuba.
Sisters Katrijn and Goele Geeraert traveled through the Democratic Republic of the Congo for two months and met different youngsters. They want to get to know the youth of Congo better and give an illustration of the life of Congolese youngsters today through those meetings.